Tag: AI

Mark Lynd Speaks to Oracle OpenWorld Attendees

Mark Lynd Speaks to Oracle OpenWorld Attendees

Mark Lynd, Netsync’s Digital Business Leader, was an invited speaker at the Oracle OpenWorld Conference at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, September 16-19, 2019, one of the largest and most prestigious technology shows of its kind. He will appear on a panel, “Cloud Adoption: Getting Everyone on Board Securely,” on Monday, September 16, and…

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Staging and Integration

Staging and Integration: The Last Step in Your Modernization Process Deployments are usually a finite project with a start and an end. While most organizations invest in-house to develop the solution to be deployed, they usually do not have the permanent resources to be able to execute  the staging and integration of the final solution…

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vCISO

Think You Can’t Afford a Chief Information Security Officer? Meet the vCISO! No one disputes the value of a full-time Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) as part of a company’s executive team, but not all businesses can afford the $250,000+ per year that such a position often commands. If you’re a SMB, what are your…

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Security Assessment

Don’t Guess; Know Your Risk with a Full Security Assessment Everyone knows that there’s some level of risk involved when it comes to a company’s critical and secure data, information assets, and facilities. But how do you quantify and prepare for the ever-growing risks surrounding cybersecurity? The purpose of an IT security assessment is to…

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Network Automation

Make Your Technology Work for You with Network Automation Network automation is the process of automating the configuration, management, testing, deployment, and operations of physical and virtual devices within a network. Using a combination of hardware and software-based solutions, large organizations, service providers, and enterprises can implement network automation to control and manage repetitive processes…

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5G Transport

5G Transport: Connecting Everything, Everywhere 5G will soon be able to connect everyone to everything with previously unheard-of bandwidth. The blazing speeds made available by this evolutionary technology will change the way we work, communicate, drive and live. True 5G transport will incorporate low latency (making autonomous cars possible), allow for greater advances in home…

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